The Youth Activist Press

“The Youth Activist Press” diversity journal, is a new asset to iCamp. It will publish writings from today’s Youth discussing today’s current events, such as police brutality, classism, politics, the education/justice system, etc in the eye’s and experiences of today’s generation. With all that’s been going on between COVID-19 and State wide protests, we’ve created an opportunity for youth to discuss these current events through journalism.
 
 
If interested, please sign the interest form and join us for the first interest meeting this upcoming Monday, June 22nd at 6 PM via Instagram Live @icamp.wcupa. We will have a follow-up FAQ via Zoom, Tuesday June 23rd at 1PM. Feel free to contact us with any questions at icamp.wcu@gmail.com.
 
 
 
 
 
Meet our Editor-in-chief: Najah Hendricks
 
Hello everyone,.My name is Najah Hendricks I’m senior at West Chester University. I’m currently majoring in Social Work and minoring in Youth Empowerment & Urban Studies. My involvement includes serving as President for my sorority Mu Sigma Upsilon Sorority, Inc. President of the Multicultural Greek Council, and President of A Voice at The Table, a Diversity column featured in the school’s newspaper The Quad. I’m currently helping coordinate a youth activism journal called “The Youth Activist Press” which will be a new diversity issue to iCamp.